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Unused Los Angeles Billboards Are Transformed into Soothing Art for Commuters Stuck in Traffic

Unused Los Angeles Billboards Are Transformed into Soothing Art for Commuters Stuck in Traffic

Artist Anshu Agarwal used the magic of photography to make his students fantastical dreams come true. Every Sunday, when Agarwal was working as a teacher i

Singing and dancing as she performs in a school assembly, Younis looks for all the world like a typical Kenyan teenager, with beaming smile and school uniform.

Girl, 9, forced to marry man 69 years her senior

Can anyone love our children as unconditionally as us? Yes -Their grandparents! This is one relationship that gets overshadowed by a parent-child relationship but is just as important because grandparents can also play a very important role in inculcating values in children & shaping their outlook. #KidsBerryIN Like us on Facebook	https://www.facebook.com/KidsberryIN

Study estimates that million grandparents in mainland Britain have gone part-time, cut their hours or given up work altogether to make time for childcare

In the lush, green forests of south western Ethiopia, disappearing tribes live in their timeless grass huts. The Surma people, made up of the Suri tribe and the Mursi tribe, are known for their impressive lip discs, a sign of beauty and status for the women. But extreme drought, building of dams and the establishment […]

The Surma People: Tribe with The Most Extreme Body Art

The women of Naregeer village in Ethiopia& Upper Omo Valley are known for their lip plates and intricate scarification patterns on their skin. The women and children often adorn themselves with white clay patterns and flowers on their head.

Victoria, 37: “My tattoos are part of who I am and I’ll always love my bodysuit, now and when I’m 80." - from the series, "Covered" by London-based photographer Alan Powdrill.

Photographer Reveals What Hides Under Tattooed People’s Everyday Clothes

The Weird Week in Review | Mental Floss

The Weird Week in Review | Mental Floss

Photographer Hendrik Kerstens emulates Flemish Art with his daughter as the model, only the fashions are made from trash bags, coffee filters, bubble wrap, toilet paper and other everyday disposables.

Photographer Hendrik Kerstens emulates Flemish Art with his daughter as the model, only the fashions are made from trash bags, coffee filters, bubble wrap, toilet paper and other everyday disposables. again an interesting concept lol.

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The radical idea that’s gaining momentum at the Paris climate talks

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